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Sandy Recovery Update Seminar: Get Updated on NYRising & Sandy Recovery Options on Wednesday, February 8

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Time is running out for homeowners seeking assistance for Sandy Recovery! Get updated and informed with the help of Sandy Recovery experts on Wednesday, February 8.

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Massive flooding when Hurricane Sandy hit homes on Long Island. Bring your questions for Sandy Recovery experts on Wednesday, February 8, 2017.

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Long Beach, NY - February 2, 2017 - Time is running out for homeowners seeking assistance for Sandy Recovery! Get updated and informed with the help of Sandy Recovery experts on Wednesday, February 8.

Get updated on NYRising and Sandy Recovery options... time is running out.

Sandy Recovery through Education Forum
Wednesday, February 8 from 7 PM - 9 PM
Long Beach Library
111 West Park Avenue
Long Beach, NY 11561

Presentation Topics:
Mental Health & Stress Reduction

Legal Rights during Recovery
FEMA Revisit on Flood Policies
Buying Flood Insurance

Challenging your Real Estate Taxes
Contractor & Design Professional Fraud
The Relationship: the Homeowner, Design Professional, Contractor, Building Dept., & NY Rising
Home Elevation & Accessibility
Budget Management of YOUR Recovery
Home/Project Financing Options
SBA Loan Opportunities

Resilience, Preparedness and Pro-covery (Future Disaster Planning)

Sponsored by: Nassau County Legislators Laura Curran, Denise Ford, James Kennedy, Howard Kopel, Steve Rhoads and the City of Long Beach.

Bring your questions.

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please contact:  Michael Raab on email or at 516-572-1395  This is an educational event. Solicitations are prohibited.

We are asking homeowners affected by Sandy to please complete this Sandy Recovery survey: here